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Three months ago, Juliette D’Alisa’s world changed.
In a bittersweet series of events, her mother’s health took a turn for the worse. Juliette and her brother opened their restaurant together to rave reviews, but her romance with Memphis immunologist Neil McLaren ended in anger and tears.
As autumn sweeps into the Pacific Northwest, Juliette feels that she’s finally on the cusp of equilibrium. The restaurant continues to thrive, and her family is closer than ever. She and sous-chef Adrien are seeing each other, both in and out of the kitchen. Just when she thinks her world might stop spinning, a trip to the waterfront lands a familiar face into her path.
Rather than dwell on her personal life, Juliette throws herself into work and research. After reading her grandmother’s letters from war-torn Paris, she still wants to know the full story – and she’ll travel across countries and oceans to find it.
But even Juliette can’t outrun the man who stole her heart. As she finally uncovers the truth about her family history, what will it mean for her own chances at lasting love?
Catch up with Juliette D’Alisa and her family and friends in Together at the Table, a deliciously enjoyable conclusion to Hillary Manton Lodge’s Two Blue Doors series!
I’ve loved this series from the start. First A Table by the Window and then Reservations for Two captured my attention (and tastebuds) as I followed Juliette in her endeavors to run a successful restaurant, uncover the secrets of her family’s past, and find love. Both previous novels left me eager to see how Juliette’s story would end, and I have to say that this third one most definitely does not disappoint. Together at the Table concludes the series in a highly satisfying way - finally, I have answers to questions I’ve had since finishing Reservations for Two. With plenty of travel, romance, and mouth-watering food, Together at the Table will please fans of the Two Blue Doors series - I absolutely loved it, highly recommend it (but new and interested readers, be sure to read this series in order), and now look forward to reading more from Hillary Manton Lodge in the future.
Thanks to Blogging for Books, I received a copy of Together at the Table and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.